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why doesn't radfft support AVX on PC?

So there's two separate issues here: using instructions added in AVX and using 256-bit wide vectors. The former turns out to be much easier than the latter for our use case.

Problem number 1 was that you positively need to put AVX code in a separate file with different compiler settings (/arch:AVX for VC++, -mavx for GCC/Clang) that make all SSE code emitted also use VEX encoding, and at the time radfft was written there was no way in CDep to set compiler flags for just one file, just for the overall build.

[There's the GCC "target" annotations on individual funcs, which in principle fix this, but I ran into nasty problems with this for several compiler versions, and VC++ has no equivalent, so we're not currently using that and just sticking with different compilation units.]

The other issue is to do with CPU power management.

jlblancoc /
Last active Jul 31, 2022
Installing gcc-7 & g++-7 in Ubuntu 16.04LTS Xenial

Run the following in the terminal:

Install the gcc-7 packages:

sudo apt-get install -y software-properties-common
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-toolchain-r/test
sudo apt update
sudo apt install g++-7 -y

Set it up so the symbolic links gcc, g++ point to the newer version:

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package utils
import org.w3c.dom.HTMLElement
external object GoogleRecaptcha {
fun render(element: HTMLElement, options: RecaptchaOptions)
class RecaptchaOptions(val sitekey: String, val callback: String, val size: String)
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1. Install user CSS extension (or similar):
2. Apply the following style to
.c00, .c00 a:link { color:#000000; }
.c5a, .c5a a:link, .c5a a:visited { color:#000000; }
.c73, .c73 a:link, .c73 a:visited { color:#000000; }
.c82, .c82 a:link, .c82 a:visited { color:#000000; }
.c88, .c88 a:link, .c88 a:visited { color:#000000; }
.c9c, .c9c a:link, .c9c a:visited { color:#000000; }
.cae, .cae a:link, .cae a:visited { color:#000000; }
andyrbell /
Last active Jul 20, 2022
Make a pdf look scanned using ImageMagick
# use ImageMagick convert
# the order is important. the density argument applies to input.pdf and resize and rotate to output.pdf
convert -density 90 input.pdf -rotate 0.5 -attenuate 0.2 +noise Multiplicative -colorspace Gray output.pdf
maxivak /
Last active Mar 22, 2022
Restore repo from Gitlab bundle file

Gitlab exports repositories to tar archive which contains .bundle files.

We have repo.bundle file and we want to restore files from it.

  • create bare repo from bundle file
git clone --mirror myrepo.bundle my.git
jsmouret / struct.go
Last active Apr 1, 2022
Convert map[string]interface{} to a google.protobuf.Struct
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package pb
import (
st ""
// ToStruct converts a map[string]interface{} to a ptypes.Struct
campoy / settings.json
Created Jul 24, 2017
My vscode settings
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"window.zoomLevel": 0,
"go.lintOnSave": "package",
"editor.fontFamily": "'Fira Code', Menlo, Monaco, 'Courier New', monospace",
"editor.fontLigatures": false,
"workbench.iconTheme": "vs-seti",
"go.addTags": {
"tags": "json",
"options": "json=omitempty",
"promptForTags": true,
View extracting-values-in-comments.js
// @flow
function getOptions() {
return { num: 42, str: "val" };
// ^ Type of this return is inferred without type annotation.
// ^ Comments like this are part of Flow's Comment Syntax.
// They allow you to include any additional syntax and Flow will parse it